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[image]SATURN - NASA/Glenn Research Center
SATURN
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[movies]What's Up for April 2011? - NASA
Use the Big Dipper to find Saturn this month.
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[image]SATURN S-IB IN THE 10X10 FOOT WIND TUNNEL - NASA/Glenn Research Center
SATURN S-IB IN THE 10X10 FOOT WIND TUNNEL
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[image]Von Braun and Petrone at KSC launch complex 37 control center - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Dr. Wernher Von Braun (Marshall Center Director 1960-1970) and Dr. Rocco Petrone (Marshall Center Director 1973-1974) talk during a lull in the preparations of a Saturn 1 vehicle launch at Cape Kennedy's Launch complex 37 Control Center.
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[image]KSC-00PP-0699 - NASA
A bundle of flexible pipes arcing toward the Vehicle Assembly Building (left) and Operations Support Building (right) presents an artistic design to travelers on nearby Kennedy Parkway and Saturn Causeway
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[image]AC79-9114-33 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Pioneer Saturn: Charlie Hall, project manager daily stand up meeting with Dr. Simpson at board
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[image]Frogmen on Apollo command module boilerplate flotation collar during recovery - NASA
Apollo command module boilerplate floats in the Atlantic Ocean during a practice recovery exercise. Frogmen in a liferaft and on the flotation collar secure the command module boilerplate for hoisting onto a nearby recovery ship. The exercise was conducted in preparation for the forthcoming Apollo-Saturn 201 AS-201 mission.
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[image]Saturn V First Stage Leaves the Dynamic Test Stand - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
This photo shows the Saturn V first stage being lowered to the ground following a successful test to determine the effects of continual vibrations simulating the effects of an actual launch. The towering 363-foot Saturn V was a multi-stage, multi-engine launch vehicle standing taller than the Statue of Liberty. Altogether, the Saturn V engines produced as much power as 85 Hoover Dams.
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[image]A Familiar Disk: Saturn
This illustration shows the rings of Saturn, an example of a disk that is very familiar to us. The material in this disk loses very little energy because of friction. Therefore, compared to a black hole such as GRO J1655-40, the disk is very stable, and is much cooler and fainter. (Illustration: NASA/CXC/M.Weiss)
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[image]Saturn I Booster (S-I Stage) Enroute to ABMA Test Stand - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The Saturn Project was approved on January 18, 1960 as a program of the highest national priority. The formal test program to prove out the clustered-booster concept was well underway at Redstone Arsenal. This photograph depicts a mockup of the Saturn booster (S-I stage) being transported to the Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) test stand, to check mating of the booster and stand and servicing methods.
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[image]30th Apollo Lunar Landing Celebration - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The evening skies over the U. S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL burst into life as members of the Huntsville community gathered to celebrate the 30th arniversary of the Lunar Landing. Commerating this historical achievement for NASA and the US Space Program, a replica of the original Saturn V rocket was built on the grounds of the U. S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL. On the evening of the anniversary thousands of onlookers cheered as fireworks lit up the night sky behind t...
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[image]Saturn I Booster (S-I Stage) in Test Stand - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The Saturn Project was approved on January 18, 1960 as a program of the highest national priority. The formal test program, to prove out the clustered-booster concept, was well underway at Redstone Arsenal. This photograph depicts a mockup of the Saturn booster (S-I stage) being installed in the Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) test stand, on January 19, 1960, to check mating of the booster and stand and servicing methods.
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[image]Radio Frequency Interference Test at Launch Complex 37A - NASA
View of a Saturn I on the launch pad for a Radio Frequency Interference Test, to be conducted at Launch Complex 37A, Cape Kennedy Missile Test Center.
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[image]Saturn I Booster (S-I Stage) on a Transporter - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The Saturn Project was approved on January 18, 1960 as a program of the highest national priority. The formal test program to prove out the clustered-booster concept was well underway at Redstone Arsenal. This photograph depicts a mockup of the Saturn booster (S-I stage) being placed on a transporter and later being installed in the Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) test stand, on January 19, 1960, to check mating of the booster and stand and servicing methods.
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[image]Pre-Launch- Apollo 8 - NASA
Pre-launch night views of Saturn 503/Apollo 8 on pad 39A during MSS Mobile Service Structure pullback at KSC.
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[image]APOLLO/SATURN A/S 201 - LAUNCH - CAPE - NASA
A/S 201 was launched from the Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 34 at 11:12 a.m., 02/26/1966. The instrumented Apollo Command and Service Module, and, a spacecraft Lunar Excursion Module Adapter, was successfully launched on the unmanned suborbital mission by the Saturn 1B to check spacecraft launch vehicle mechanical compatibility and to test the spacecraft heat shield in a high-velocity re-entry mode...
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[image]Rees in the Blockhouse - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Dr. Eberhard Rees surrounded by other rocket scientist in the blockhouse, a safe viewing area for rocket tests or launches, during a missile launch. Dr. Rees, Marshall's second Center Director (1970-1973), kept most of Von Braun's plans alive but also succeeded in bringing the Saturn program to forebearance.
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[image]Hubble Discovers New Moons Orbiting Saturn - NASA
Technical facts about this news release: Back to entire collection [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/index/504/ ] Next release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/1995/08/ ] Previous release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/1995/30/ ] *News Release Number:*: STScI-1995-29b
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[image]SATURN - NASA/Glenn Research Center
SATURN
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[image]SATURN - NASA/Glenn Research Center
SATURN
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[image]Dr. von Braun Addressing Workers - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
This is a photograph of Dr. von Braun in front of a Saturn rocket hardware transporter. He appears to be addressing a group. Behind him are workers and other NASA officials. There is no date on the photograph. It may have been taken in the late 1960s.
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[image]A/S 501 ROLLOUT - NASA
The completely assembled Apollo Saturn 501 launch vehicle mated to the Apollo spacecraft 017 on Launch Complex 39A, Kennedy Space Center. The fully assembled vehicle was transported to the launch complex on the crawler.
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[image]AC79-9114-57 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Pioneer Saturn PMOC (Mission Control Center)
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[image]Pre-Launch- Apollo 8 - NASA
Pre-launch night views of Saturn 503/Apollo 8 on pad 39A during MSS Mobile Service Structure pullback at KSC.
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[image]Saturn I Booster (S-I Stage) in Test Stand - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The Saturn Project was approved on January 18, 1960, as a program of the highest national priority. The formal test program to prove out the clustered-booster concept was well underway at Redstone Arsenal. This photograph depicts a mockup of the Saturn booster (S-I stage) being installed in the Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) test stand, on January 19, 1960, to check mating of the booster and stand and servicing methods.
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[image]APOLLO LAUNCH VEHICLE - SATURN G - NASA
ROLL BACK - Saturn G gantry is rolled back prior to a Radio Frequency Interference test at Launch Complex 37, Merritt Island Launch Area. CN
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[image]SATURN MODEL IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL TEST SECTION - NASA/Glenn Research Center (NASA-GRC)
SATURN MODEL IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL TEST SECTION
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[image]Pre-Launch- Apollo 8 - NASA
Pre-launch night views of Saturn 503/Apollo 8 on pad 39A during MSS Mobile Service Structure pullback at KSC.
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[image]More Images of Saturn
Chandra X-ray Image with Scale Bar. Scale bar = 10 arcsec (Credit: NASA/U. Hamburg/J.Ness et al.)
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[image]Saturn Rocket and Escape Tower Models in Tunnel - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
The effects of wind and atmospheric turbulence on the Saturn rocket and escape tower. Photograph published in Winds of Change, 75th Anniversary NASA publication, (page 96), by James Schultz.
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[image]Hubble Discovers New Moons Orbiting Saturn - NASA
Technical facts about this news release: Back to entire collection [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/index/504/ ] Next release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/1995/08/ ] Previous release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/1995/30/ ] *News Release Number:*: STScI-1995-29e
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[image]Apollo-Soyuz Test Project - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
This illustration depicts a configuration of the Soyuz spacecraft for the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP). The ASTP was the first international docking of the U.S.'s Apollo spacecraft and the U.S.S.R.'s Soyuz spacecraft in space. For this project, the Soviets built another in their continuing series of Soyuz space capsules. The U.S. used the Saturn IB Apollo capsule. A joint engineering team from the two countries met to develop a docking system that permitted the two spacecraft to link in spac...
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[image]AC79-9114-46 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Pioneer Saturn: Charlie Hall, project manager daily stand up meeting shown are John Wolfe, Charlie Hall, Sy Syvertson and Richard Fimmel in bkgrd
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[image]Super Guppy at the Redstone Airstrip - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The Super Guppy is shown at the Redstone Airstrip. NASA used the aircraft to transport the S-IVB upper stage used on the Saturn IB and Saturn V launch vehicles between manufacturing facilities on the West coast, and testing and launch facilities in the Southeast. This aircraft was built by John M. Conroy of Aero Spaceliners, Incorporated, who started with the fuselages of a surplus Boeing C-97 Stratocruiser, ballooned out the upper decks enormously, and hinged the front sections so that they cou...
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[image]ABMA Test Tower - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) test tower being modified for testing the Saturn booster.
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[image]AC79-9114-58 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Pioneer Saturn PMOC (Mission Control Center)
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[image]Hubble Discovers New Moons Orbiting Saturn - NASA
Technical facts about this news release: Back to entire collection [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/index/504/ ] Next release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/1995/08/ ] Previous release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/1995/30/ ] *News Release Number:*: STScI-1995-29c
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[image]SATURN - NASA/Glenn Research Center
SATURN
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[image]Artist's concept of a Saturn launch - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Artist's concept of a Saturn launch.
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[image]Saturn Fuel Container - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The first circumferential welding being applied on a Saturn fuel container in the Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) fabrication laboratory, Building 4707, in May 1959.
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[image]Artist's concept of a Saturn launch - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Artist's concept of a Saturn launch.
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[image]Saturn F-1 Engine, 1964 - NASA
Saturn F-1 Engine is tested at the Marshall Center in 1964. Image credit: NASA/MSFC
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[image]SATURN - NASA/Glenn Research Center
SATURN
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[image]SATURN - NASA/Glenn Research Center
SATURN
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[image]The Launch of the SA-7 - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The launch of the SA-7 (Saturn I Block II) was on September 18, 1964. The SA-7 mission was the second orbital flight of the S-IV stage (second stage) with the payload consisting of the Apollo command and service module's instrument unit. The Saturn I Block II vehicle had two live stages, and were basically in the two-stage configuration of the Saturn I vehicle. While the tank arrangement and the engine patterns were the same, there were marked changes between the Block I and II versions...
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[image]SATURN MODEL IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL TEST SECTION - NASA/Glenn Research Center
SATURN MODEL IN THE 8X6 FOOT WIND TUNNEL TEST SECTION
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[image]Third Stage (S-IVB) At KSC - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
A NASA technician is dwarfed by the gigantic Third Stage (S-IVB) as it rests on supports in a facility at KSC. The towering 363-foot Saturn V was a multi-stage, multi-engine launch vehicle standing taller than the Statue of Liberty. Altogether, the Saturn V engines produced as much power as 85 Hoover Dams.
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[image]SATURN- APOLLO- A/S 202, Recovery - NASA
A/S 202 Command Module attached to flotation collar Recovery Area, Central Pacific Ocean
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[image]SATURN 5 10X10 FOOT WIND TUNNEL TEST CONFIGURATION - RUN WITH NO SCOOPS OR DEFLECTORS - NASA/Glenn Research Center
SATURN 5 10X10 FOOT WIND TUNNEL TEST CONFIGURATION - RUN WITH NO SCOOPS OR DEFLECTORS
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[image]Dr. von Braun With Management Team - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Dr. von Braun is shown in this photograph, which was probably taken in the early 1960s, with members of his management team. Pictured from left to right are, Werner Kuers, Director of the Manufacturing Engineering Division; Dr. Walter Haeussermarn, Director of the Astrionics Division; Dr. William Mrazek, Propulsion and Vehicle Engineering Division; Dr. von Braun; Dieter Grau, Director of the Quality Assurance Division; Dr...
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